Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Penn's Peak on 2013-07-24
- Phil Lesh and Friends, Phil Lesh, John Kadlecik, Medeski, John Scofield, Joe Russo, Penn's Peak, FOB, Analog, Mark McCue, Alex Ford
- Phil Lesh and Friends
02. Loose Lucy (w/ "Love Supreme" jam)
04. Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo >
05. Jam >
06. Dire Wolf
07. Cosmic Charlie
Set II [105:48]
02. Scarlet Begonias >
03. Cryptical Envelopment >
04. The Other One >
05. Eyes Of The World >
06. The Wheel > "There Is A Mountain" jam > The Wheel >
07. Space >
08. Help On The Way >
09. Slipknot! >
10. Franklin's Tower
11. Donor Rap
12. Not Fade Away > NFA Chant
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SHN ID 125366
- Yet another great fob analog recording from Mark McCue!
- Two master cassette recordings were made (mics > D5 > D5). This source is from 1st deck out.
- Recording levels were changed at least four times to compensate for the soundman's abrupt changes.
- Set II tape flip cross-faded. 12 sec of Franklin's patched. Donor Rap and first 29 sec of Not Fade Away patched.
- All patches from MK41's>V3>SD744t. Recorded by Keith Litzenberger.
- All editing and mastering with UAD-2 in 24/88.2. SBE Free, meta-tagging w/ xAct
- Much thanks to Andrew Kolodjeski (loan of mics, stand and Sony D5s), Mary Orr, Ted Krzyzanowski and Alex Ford (mic stand blocking).
Phil Lesh - bass/vocals
John Kadlecik - guitar/vocals
John Medeski - keyboards
John Scofield - guitar
Joe Russo - drums
- 2013-08-10 22:18:48
- Master Audience Cassettes> Nakamichi Dragon> Lunatec V3(@24/88.2)> Lynx AES16e> WaveLab 7.2.1> .wav @24/88.1> Apogee UV22HR> .wav @16/44.1> xAct> flac16
- Jim Thorpe, PA
- Run time
- Taped by
- Mark McCue
- Transferred by
- Transferred/edited/mastered by Alex Ford
- Penn's Peak
Subject: Fantasic Pull
I was about 30 feet back. I saw an "I" on the floor, so I guess that'd be for seated shows. Just as the second set started, I saw someone positioning themselves about 10 feet in front of me and 10 feet to my right. That had to be Mark.
This recording is a little brighter, has a little less low end, and has a clearer Medeski than other recordings of this show. So, if that's what you like, give it a listen.
$100 mics, a vintage deck, and finding the sweet spot...seems to do the trick.
Subject: The best source from 7/24
Do a side by side comparison. None of the OTS recordings have a clear, well balanced sound like this FOB. Turn this one up as loud as you want, it just gets louder :) Hats off to the Mark McCue. He's got a gift and doesn't need +5K worth of gear to prove it.
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